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Open grants

Key dates, guidelines and application forms for all open grants offered by the Cancer Institute NSW's Competitive Grants Program.

Applications for grants offered by the Cancer Institute NSW are sought from all NSW based universities, cancer services, hospitals, Local Health Districts and other relevant agencies.

Applicants are requested to carefully consider the objectives, eligibility and selection criteria detailed in the Guidelines for each grant type to ensure they are applying for the most appropriate funding. If an applicant is unsure or would like to clarify any points please contact the grants team.

More information about the grants application process can be found on the Applying for grants page on this website.

Research Equipment Grants (REG)

Research Equipment Grants are directed to providing substantial funding for key research platforms, core equipment and capacities to enhance the cancer research effort in NSW. These grants will support capability development and greater levels of collaboration across the cancer research sector. Research Equipment Grants are open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres.

 

Early Career Fellowships (ECF)

3 year full time fellowships to provide salary and project support to encourage the very best researchers  (up to 5 years post doc) to choose cancer research as their career and to continue independent research that is nationally and internationally competitive (max $200,000 p.a x 3 years).

 

Career Development Fellowships (CDF) 

3 year full time fellowships to provide salary and project support to encourage the very best researchers (up to 10 years post doc) to continue independent cancer research that is nationally and internationally competitive (max $200,000 p.a x 3 years).

 

Future Research Leader Fellowships (FRL) 

5 year full time Fellowships to provide salary and project support to encourage high calibre interstate and international emerging researchers to establish a substantial program of research at a NSW institution. Open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres.

 

Research Infrastructure Grants (RIG)

The Cancer Institute NSW Research Infrastructure Grants will fund non-physical infrastructure in the form of funding advanced technical staff to support major research equipment and biobanks. Only members of Translational Cancer Research Centres are eligible to apply.

 

Translational Cancer Research Centre (TCRC)

5 year funding to encourage hubs of academic and clinical leaders with both substantial cancer treatment facilities and meritorious programs in relevant research disciplines to integrate into interdisciplinary and translational enterprises focussing on cancer control.

 

Note

Information about clinical trials infrastructure will be communicated to relevant stakeholders in mid 2015.

 

Enquiries

Grants Team

Tel: 8374 3530 or
8374 5644
Fax: 8374 5778

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